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Event

Road to Recovery: Finance Reform and New Economic Realities
Professor Brad Barber, William Haraf, Jack Ehnes, Mark Edmunds

Event Details

Wednesday, March 31, 2010
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Professor Brad Barber, William Haraf, Jack Ehnes, Mark Edmunds

“Road to Recovery: Finance Reform and New Economic Realities

Moderated by Dean Steven C. Currall

About The Panel

Mark Edmunds, Vice Chairman and Regional Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche, Northern Pacific Region

Jack Ehnes, Chief Executive Officer, California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS)

William Haraf, Commissioner, Department of Financial Institutions, State of California

As U.S. and global financial markets continue to struggle to stabilize following their near-collapse in fall 2008, one thing is clear: a new regulatory and economic environment is in the making, one that will fundamentally change how both governments and companies do business.

A panel of leading investment, regulatory and academic experts will offer their insights and perspectives on the trends emerging in this new landscape.

Will the new environment include enhanced consumer protection, stricter limits on leverage and capital, regulation of derivatives trading, restraints on executive compensation, curbs on banks and lenders, and increased scrutiny of hedge funds?

Join us to learn more and share your own thoughts and questions with the panel.